Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Debt Collection and Enforcement of Judgments
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From prelitigation collection procedures through post-judgment enforcement, Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Debt Collection and Enforcement of Judgments lets you confidently handle all aspects of debt collection procedure and litigation in California from start to finish. You get hands-on expertise and guidance from top California practitioners to help you quickly and effectively:
• Enforce a judgment
• Find everyone who is liable
• Locate the opposing party's assets
• Preserve those assets pending collection
• Conduct postjudgment discovery
• Garnish wages
• Enforce an out-of-state judgment in California
You can be sure you are fully prepared for anything with the step-by-step guidance of checklists and the ready availability of key, time-saving forms. Cross references give you instant access to relevant cases, statutes, rules, public records and secondary sources including Matthew Bender's full array of online publications. And with updates twice a year, you'll always have quick, accurate and up-to-date answers to procedural questions that arise.
If you're a California litigator, you'll find that this indispensable tool - together with California Pretrial Civil Procedure Practice Guide: The Wagstaffe Group - equip you to handle all aspects of civil litigation in California from start to finish.
Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Debt Collection and Enforcement of Judgments provides expert coverage of California debt collection law and procedure.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Planning Collection of Debt
Chapter 2 Locating the Debtor and Identifying the Debtor’s Assets
Chapter 3 Effect of Bankruptcy
Chapter 4 Fraudulent Transfers
Chapter 5 Debt Collection Prior to Litigation
Chapter 6 Litigation to Recover Debts—Selecting Appropriate Cause of Action
Chapter 7 Litigation to Recover Debts—Trying and Proving the Case
Chapter 8 Preserving Assets During Litigation or Pending Enforcement of Judgment
Chapter 9 Planning Enforcement of Judgment
Chapter 10 Postjudgment Discovery
Chapter 11 Obtaining and Removing Judgment Liens
Chapter 12 Determining Priority and Sources of Liens
Chapter 13 Expiration and Renewal of Judgments
Chapter 14 Assigning a Judgment
Chapter 15 Staying Enforcement of Judgment
Chapter 16 Executing and Levying Against Personal Property
Chapter 17 Executing and Levying Against Real Property
Chapter 18 Execution Sales
Chapter 19 Redemptions
Chapter 20 Miscellaneous Creditor’s Remedies
Chapter 21 Garnishment
Chapter 22 Enforcing Nonmoney Judgments
Chapter 23 Third Party Claims
Chapter 24 Discharge and Satisfaction of Judgments
Chapter 25 Enforcing Out of State Judgments in California
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes